Return with Nick Reynolds, Bob Shane and John Stewart to the Sahara Tahoe for some memorable songs and very funny patter that wouldn't fit on the original release, including outstanding renditions of "They Call the Wind Maria"; "Little Maggie"; "The Merry Minuet"; "Reuben James"; "Hanna Lee"; Tom Paxton's "Where I'm Bound", and Stewart's own "The Spinnin' of the World" and "Hit and Run". After some hilarious false starts (including an exit by John), the Kingstons turn in a fine version of Eric Andersen's "Thirsty Boots", as well as some first-rate alternate live takes of "Hard Travelin'"; "Goodnight Irene", and "When the Saints Go Marching In", as well as Trio staples "M.T.A."; "Tom Dooley", and a giggle-free "Greenback Dollar" (unlike the one on Once Upon a Time!). The CD also includes a dynamic bonus video of the Trio performing Bob Dylan's "Tomorrow Is a Long Time". Re-captured in brilliant stereo sound by Grammy-nominated audio wiz Ron Furmanek, the Kingston Trio's "Twice Upon a Time" more than holds its own as a companion disc to "Once Upon a Time."
6.Where I'm Bound
7.They Call the Wind Maria
9.The Merry Minuet
15.Roving Gambler / This Train
23.Hit and Run
25.Where Have All the Flowers Gone
29.The Spinnin' of the World
31.Scotch and Soda
33.When the Saints Go Marching In
Recorded in 1966, right around the same time as the live ONCE UPON A TIME discs, this never-before-released album shows a slightly different angle of the seminal folk group. Although the Kingston Trio released many concert LPs, this is the only one that captures them in audio verite, with no overdubs or studio sweetening. Extended audience interaction and between-song joshing demonstrates the trio's charisma beyond just their musical abilities. This generous, 34-track live album is a must for folk fans, and makes a good companion piece with ONCE UPON A TIME.